Improving Student Achievement
A critical analysis of two books about the failures of public education: Sonia Nieto's "The Light in their Eyes" and Joseph Shapiro's "No Pity People with Disabilities Forging a New Civil Rights Movement".
# 73346 | 2,250 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2004 |
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This paper presents a critical analysis of two books dealing with the underlying causes of the educational system's failure to provide quality education to students. The paper examines the central arguments of both Sonio Nieto's book, "The Light in their Eyes" and Joseph Shapiro's book, "No Pity People with Disabilities Forging a New Civil Rights Movement" as well as the common central argument that schools and education have marginalized students from minority backgrounds and those with disabilities.
From the Paper:"For decades policymakers and educators have embarked on an elusive quest to formulate and implement schools reforms which will culminate in the improvement of student achievement. In their individual works, "The Light in Their Eyes" and "No Pity People with Disabilities Forging a New Civil Rights Movement", Sonia Nieto and Joseph Shapiro presented the underlying causes of the educational system's failure to provide quality education to students respectively. Although Shapiro also highlighted issues confronted by individuals with disabilities in many other settings the discussion of this book will be...
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